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Arthur J. Gonzalez
Occupation Federal Bankruptcy Court Judge

Arthur J. Gonzalez is a United States Bankruptcy Court Judge for the Southern District of New York. Gonzalez received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University in 1969. Following graduation, he worked as a New York City public school teacher until 1982, earning a masters degree from the Brooklyn College School of Education. After earning a law degree in the Evening Program at Fordham in 1982, Gonzalez became an attorney for the Manhattan District Counsel Office of the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). He left the IRS in 1988 and worked as a private lawyer for several firms. During this period, he earned a Master of Laws from New York University (NYU). In 1991, Gonzalez re-entered government to become an Assistant United States Trustee for the Southern District of New York. He was promoted in 1993 to become Trustee for New York, Connecticut, and Vermont. Judge Gonzalez was appointed Bankruptcy Judge in 1995.

Significant cases

Currently, Gonzalez is handling the Chrysler LLC bankruptcy case.[1] Previously, Gonzalez presided over the bankruptcy proceedings for WorldCom, at that point the largest U.S. bankruptcy case (since overtaken by the collapse of Lehman Brothers in 2008), and Enron. The criminal proceedings against the corporate executives of WorldCom and Enron did not originate from the bankruptcy proceedings before Gonzalez via mandatory referral of possible crimes under Title 18 U.S.C. ยง 3057, in contrast the post petition corporate entities both sought releases and compensation for the benefit of their current and former senior officers.

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References

  1. ^ Wall Street Journal, May 1, 2009New York Times, April 30, 2009
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